$7,800 raised for Stop Hunger through Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign
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For the first year, a team of Sodexo volunteers and employees joined forces to help feed kids at nine camps across the city. Headquartered at the University of New Brunswick, the team is making over 5,525 lunches this summer. Check out the Global News video and story.
Shoes for Crews -- Any Sodexo Canada employees who buy slip-resistant footwear using key code STOPHG from Aug. 1 – Sep. 30, Shoes for Crews will donate $1 to the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation.
To help deliver over 400 lunches every day to summer campers, Sodexo Canada donated a van to the Ottawa Food Bank
Sodexo employees work closely with local food banks to help feed at risk children. As part of the Feeding Our Future program the team makes over 900 lunches each day. CTV News produced an excellent summary.
To highlight the role of women in addressing hunger and to encourage greater adoption of initiatives that get women durably out of hunger, Stop Hunger is launching the second edition of global “Women Stop Hunger Award.” Nominations are due by September 30, 2017
Regional Food Distribution Association and Sodexo Canada create sustainable food experiences.
In May 2017 west Quebec and eastern Ontario were especially hard hit with flooding. Constance Bay, along the Ottawa River was especially hard hit. The majority of residents are seniors and young families. The single mom and dozens of other families were able to feed their children thanks to grocery store vouchers provided by Sodexo’s Stop Hunger Foundation.
During this April's Servathon, Sodexo Canada employees from coast to coast helped Stop Hunger in their communities! Volunteers also participated in our Servathon Facebook Photo Contest. Here are our top 3 photo entries!
Learn more about the 2016 Hero of Everyday Life Award winner Elric Nielsen. He won the award when he was a manager at Bow Valley College in Calgary.